American University of Nigeria (AUN) in need of Instructional Materials Development Officer.

Location: Gombe

Department: Atiku Center (AENEN)
Nature of Employment: Project Assignment 
Duration: Three (3) Years

Project Description

  • American University of Nigeria (AUN) Yola is implementing the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded “Addressing education in North East Nigeria”
  • The project is intended to develop and strengthen the education system in Adamawa and Gombe States which will enable it to deliver access to high quality education options that respond to the needs of all children without burdening it with addition cost that will result if parallel systems are created.
  • The project will work with state partners and national and international academic institutions to analyze and understand the situation, prepare strategies for various scenarios and test and apply the best fit purpose in each situation. In 3 years, the project will reach 200 schools, 5000 teachers and over 200,000 learners.

Summary of Position

  • The Instructional Materials Development Officer will support the Deputy Director, Instructional Materials Development.
  • In this position, s/he will be responsible for supporting state partners to develop their skills in instructional materials creation.

Position Requirements

  • BA in English Language, Mathematics
  • 5 years current or previous teaching experience at primary school level
  • 2 years’ Experience in materials development in educational settings on a donor funded project
  • Good writing skills
  • Above average ICT skills

Description of Benefits
Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience and job classification as approved by the Project.

Method of Application

Interested and qualified candidates should submit their Resumes, Cover Letters and References to: The position being applied for should be the subject of the email. 


  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • This position is a local position and is open to indigenous and/or legal residents of Nigeria.
  • AUN is an equal opportunity employer and strives to provide a culturally diverse workforce; we do not discriminate in employment on the basis of race creed, colour, nationality, origin, age, sex, religion and marital status.